Bograshov Beach
Bograshov Beach
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Rebecca H
96 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2021 • Family
The beach is clean and since you pay at the machine for beach chairs and umbrellas the prices are really reasonable and there is a staff of people who will help you get settled with however many chairs and umbrellas you ordered. Parking is hard to come by here, and super expensive, but if you're staying in a hotel nearby or can bike or scooter here, then it's definitely worth a visit. Perhaps it's because we visited towards end of the summer (OK, I guess it's actually fall by now) it didn't seem over crowded, but I can imagine it gets pretty full in the high season. There's a restaurant right on the beach so if you get hungry you're all set.
Written September 25, 2021
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Ron H
Wallington, UK133 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Friends
Bograshov Beach is in the centre of the Tayelet, Tel Aviv 5km Promenade within a few minutes walk of a number of beach front hotels.

The beach itself is a wide strip of soft sand with a gentle slope into the sea. The facilities on this beach including changing rooms, toilets, lockers, large shaded areas, life gurad, sun beds with parasols and chairs for hire. La Mer restaurant is on the beach providing light refreshment and full meals.

During week ends the beach can get quite crowded with families having pick nicks.

Apart of its main purpose of sun basing swimming and alike, an evening on the beach watching the sun set is always great. On a hot day's evening the cool breeze is always refreshing.

When the sun goes down and the last of the bathers left for the day there is nothing better than sitting at the low tables and chair on the sand at the La Mer restaurant having a nice cold drink and a relaxing meal while listening to the waves.

I look forward to my next visit to Bograshov Beach.

Ron Ben-Zvi.
Written May 31, 2014
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CB12345
Wurtsboro, NY73 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Couples
To all complainers: Here you have a truly beautiful wide soft sand beach with wave breakers, velvet waters, all amenities, in walking distance from everywhere in central Tel Aviv, and it's FREE! - and you're still complaining! Of course it is touristy, many times overcrowded, and has overpriced hotels, eateries and stores around it. So what - show me another beach that's so centrally located that isn't! Just drill your bod into the sand, put on your lotion in the Summer, read your paper, make friends with everybody else, and dive into the divine waters. What else can you ask for?? "Nuff said!
Written February 12, 2019
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Mike H
Phoenix, AZ2,017 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
There appears to be a pretty good rip tide in this area so the beach is plastered with no swimming signs. We even heard recording saying to stay out of the water.
Written April 23, 2019
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EdgarCosset
Brooklyn, NY1,728 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
It was election day, time off for most Israelis, and the crowds at Bograshov Beach were thick, young and joyful. There were No Swimming! signs all over the place as no life guards are stationed there. I’m not sure if it says anything about Tel Aviv civic character, but the signs were blissfully ignored. Apparently “swimming” is a relative term, however, as the water is shallow, barely over my knees 25 yards out. And everyone could rightfully claim to be “wading.” Here are some other things to know.
• The changing rooms are small, crowded and without lockers or private spaces. No towel service.
• The sand is smooth, the water clean. You don’t need water shoes.
• Short of topless, it seems like any style of bathing suit from thong to board shorts goes. “Permitted” is probably a Jerusalem word.
• Closer to the water, it’s crowded but gentle. Just look for daylight and put your towel down. Your new neighbors will greet you with a nod, smile or indifference.
• Beach chairs are plentiful and available for a fee.
• Off leash dogs playing with each other and their owners were exceptionally well-behaved.
• No frisbees or paddle balls got anywhere near me.
• The few street level cafes seemed uninteresting. Better to choose one of the lively venues along Ben Zion Street which ends at the beach.
Written April 19, 2019
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erolbenezra
Istanbul, Türkiye476 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015
The Bograshov beach is located along the long stretch of Tel Aviv's beach. It is well serviced with beach chairs and umbrella's for rent. There are restaurants and coffe shops. The sandy beach is every time crowded and playing beach ball or tennis. All the beachs has life guards and they are watching every thing. Umbrella and chairs are with money. The beach has a long walking sandy area
Written October 8, 2015
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Ivan F
New York City, NY4 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Couples
Very nice sandy beach, good restaurants and good beer. Only bad thinks are the beach boys, they are terrible and not polite.
Written July 7, 2014
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SvietkaR
Jerusalem, Israel32 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2011
this beach is exactly like them-play volleyball, run or walk on the beach-enjoy israelis being happy and carefree-its addictive:)
Written January 3, 2012
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sergo_il
Haifa, Israel325 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019 • Couples
This is a nice beach close to many Tel Aviv attractions, the beach is clean but a bit overcrowded in summer afternoons, I would advise to come early. Dizengoff is within minutes walk with all the bars, cafes and shops.
Written December 1, 2019
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Bogdan B
Bucharest, Romania59 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
I am not a fan of urban beaches, but since all the beaches in Tel Aviv are urban I had no other option.
A clean beach, with fine sand and a decent price for two sunbeds and umbrella, about 6 euros, the payment is made to the machines that are at the entrance to the beach.
26 degrees in mid-November.
Written November 24, 2019
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